Local Food Directories

USDA's Local Food Directories help you locate farmers markets, on-farm markets, CSAs, and food hubs. The directories are managed and operated by the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), a USDA agency with the core mission of facilitating the fair and efficient marketing of U.S. agricultural products.

To better connect farmers and buyers, and enhance awareness of available local food sources, USDA has created three new Local Food Directories for community-supported agriculture operations (CSAs), food hubs and on-farm markets by building on the popular and comprehensive National Farmers Market Directory.

Household shoppers and wholesale food buyers are now able to quickly identify nearby suppliers of local food, and producers and distributors of local foods are able to take advantage of emerging opportunities in both direct-to-consumer and wholesale markets.

USDA continues to request that managers and owners of local food entities enter/update their business information in the directories. If you operate a local food enterprise and do not have it listed in the specific directory, please click the “Add or Update a Listing” button to enter current business information for your farmers market, CSA, food hub or on-farm market.

Each directory provides vital information about listed enterprises, including a mapped location, operating hours, months of operation, the types of products available, number of farmers at each market and the accepted forms of payment.